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Traces That Remain:
A Pictorial History of the Early Days of the Bahá'í Faith among the Japanese

by Barbara R. Sims

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Chapter 47

47. Naw-Rúz, 1948


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This photograph was labeled Naw-Rúz at the home of Mrs. Masako

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Urushi. Thirteen people assembled for the Naw-Rúz celebration in Tokyo in 1948. It was the first Naw-Rúz party in Japan in many years. The program consisted of prayers and music. Mr. Imagire is standing at the left. Miss Alexander's old friend, Mr. Inouye, is sitting second from the left. Mrs. Urushi was a relative of Mr. Inouye by marriage.

Mr. Imagire gathered the early Bahá'ís that he could find, and newly interested people and tried very hard to deepen them.

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